Mitchell to Unveil New RepairCenter at NACE - BodyShop Business

Mitchell to Unveil New RepairCenter at NACE

Mitchell International, Inc., announced that it will unveil its new RepairCenter software at NACE. Mitchell says RepairCenter allows shops to  manage the repair, the customer and the business from a single, customizable "Workspace" by enabling users to select from a comprehensive set of functions and modules.

Collision repairers are invited to design their own personalized Workspace at Mitchell’s NACE Booth N3087 Nov. 5-7.

Mitchell says to create the Workspace concept, it worked to understand how all employees – from technicians and estimators to owners and managers – access the key tools they need across all areas of the shop to achieve ideal productivity. RepairCenter serves the needs of everyone involved in the repair process, including the technician, the customer and the shop owner.

“As the leader in providing business management solutions to the industry, it was clear that we needed to extend beyond what is found in today’s shop systems,” said Jason Bertellotti, vice president of Repair Solutions, Mitchell International. “With monumental changes occurring in the industry — from complex vehicle repairs to increased competition and tightening margins — we’ve combined repair, customer and business management into a single Workspace that is scalable to meet the needs of any size collision repair shop.”

The new RepairCenter from Mitchell will launch Nov. 5.

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